Definition of Hooded coat
1. Noun. A long overcoat with a hood that can be pulled over the head.
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Literary usage of Hooded coat
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1. The Mechanism of Mendelian Heredity by Thomas Hunt Morgan (1915)
"When these were inbred they gave 3 uniform to 1 hooded coat. This result shows that there is one chief factor (which is recessive) for hooded coat. ..."
2. Secrets of Polar Travel by Robert Edwin Peary (1917)
"A deerskin hooded coat of selected autumn skins of doe or young buck. The front and back of the coat are each cut from a single skin, the front being of ..."
3. The Indian Sign Language: With Brief Explanatory Notes of the Gestures by William Philo Clark (1885)
"In dress, the men wear the hooded coat made of a blanket, and white blankets striped with black and red are preferred. At the shoulder, wrist of the coat, ..."
4. Chapters of Early English Church History by William Bright (1897)
"1 ' Caracalla;' the name of that hooded coat stretching to the feet which the son and successor of Severus brought into fashion, and from which he took his ..."